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:: Nairobi National Park

 

Just 10km from the city center, Nairobi National Park is only park in the world within the city. It is Nairobi’s pride and joy. The casual visitor in an afternoon may see many animal and bird species including lion, cheetah, giraffe gazelles, ostrich and many more with Nairobi’s skyline in the background.

:: Masai Mara Reserve

This reserve is one of East Africa’s best-known game viewing areas and adjoins the Serengeti National park of Tanzania. A land of undulating hills and rolling grasslands supporting a huge animal population. Even a casual visitor is treated to the size of lions in prides, cheetahs roaming the plains or a leopard with its kill on a tree. Elephants, cape buffaloes, giraffe, hippos and crocodiles can be easily spotted in this reserve.

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:: Serengeti National Park

Serengeti national park
serengeti national park

This is one of the most popular and spectacular of all game parks in whole of Africa. The Serengeti, in the local Maasai tribe vernacular means “wide, open and endless plains”. It covers a huge area of 5,600 square miles. Life in the park centers on the wildebeest herds. Every year, after the short rains in November, the migration starts when the wildebeest (Gnu) and zebra gather in their thousands on the plains below the Ngorongoro highlands. During February, they move north and west following the rains and the fresh grasslands. The herds overlap into the Maasai Mara Reserve. In October, they start back through the Serengeti towards lake Ndutu and Lagaja. This yearly phenomenon involves some 1.5 million animals. However, the whole “process” affects the lives of hundreds of thousands of other species who rely on the passage of the migratory herds for their survival: predators, gazelles, bird life and lowly insects, not to mention the grasses and trees that are fertilized by their droppings